A podcast featuring science for kids and curious adults.
A weekly discussion of how people of color view life in Minnesota.
An eclectic, bi-monthly conversation with an almost anthropological eye on culture.
An interview series exploring Minnesota's future from the point of view of people who will be living in it.
Three biking fanatics in a spirited weekly exchange about their favorite pastime.
Hallberg's Picture of Health
MPR news medical commentator Dr. Jon Hallberg shares his insights and expertise on health and health care every week with All Things Considered host Tom Crann.
Pop Till We Drop
A bi-monthly chat session in which 20-somethings dissect their pop culture-saturated lives.
MPR News Update
Phil Picardi and MPR News bring you stories from around the state that are making news today.
The Political Junkie
A weekly conversation on politics with Ken Rudin, from MPR News
Each weekday Policast brings you highlights of Minnesota Public Radio's award-winning political coverage, hosted by political editor Mike Mulcahy.
The Daily Circuit
Every weekday host Kerri Miller welcomes guests and audience members for lively, in-depth discussions of news events, issues, the arts and more.
Each week three people from the Minnesota arts community talk about a performance, opening, or event they're excited to see or want others to check out.
MPR News' Movie Maven Stephanie Curtis and MPR News' arts reporter and Euan Kerr share a cube wall, and a passion for movies. Each week, they take a break from their day jobs to talk movies.
MPR meteorologist Paul Huttner joins The Daily Circuit to talk about the latest research on our changing climate and the consequences we're seeing here in Minnesota and worldwide.
Each week, three informed and opinionated guests are invited to join Kerri Miller at the MPR News studios for a free-flowing exchange of ideas and observations.
The Current Song of the Day
Music lovers from 89.3 The Current comb through mountains of music to choose the best new, independent, and unreleased songs to share with you each weekday.
Hosts from The Current gather each week to share opinions about CDs that have recently caught their ear.
New Classical Tracks™
Host Julie Amacher provides an in-depth exploration of a new classical music release each week.
Host Emily Reese takes an in-depth listen to video game music and talks with the people who make it.
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The Dinner Party Download™
The Dinner Party Download is a fast and funny "booster shot" of news and culture designed to help you dazzle friends and family at this weekend's dinner party.
Marketplace: After the Bell
"After the Bell" keeps you up to date with what you need to know from a week's worth of business, economics and personal finance.
The Writer's Almanac®
The Writer's Almanac features Garrison Keillor recounting the highlights of this day in history and reading a short poem or two.
ARCHIVE: Grammar Grater®
A weekly podcast about English words, grammar and usage for the Information Age.
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American Public Media Podcasts
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